The Guild – S4 Ep 11: Hostile Takeovers

Buy Season 4 on DVD: amzn.to — Season 5 coming Summer 2011! — Vork refuses to put his honor aside; Zaboo does something right for a change. BUY GUILD STUFF: watchtheguild.com English: Daniela Figueiredo, reviewed by Krystian Aparta. Italian: Francesco Spreafico Polish: Krystian Aparta Portuguese: Daniela Figueiredo CONNECT WITH THE GUILD: twitter.com facebook.com watchtheguild.com Official Fan Podcast http Tags: The Guild Felicia Day season four moving on comedy web series webisode funny sitcom gamers video game Warcraft entertainment buffy gamer console world of warcraft dungeon everquest heros avatar girl first person shooter xbox playstation wii violin friends geek geeky nerd music “wil wheaton” “sandeep parikh” “jeff lewis” “vincent caso” “robin thorsen” “michele boyd” “axis of anarchy” youtube views episode “television series” trailer teaser dragon age redemption vlog hollywood actress

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Direct KULT store: www.beatport.com KULT RECORDS recording artist NINA EVE poses for the camera during a photo shoot for “never get me” by DYNAMIX. The song used in this clip is by KULT recording artist OCEAN DRIVE and its entitled “Enjoy” available on KULT Records at www.beatport.com “NeverGet Me” is written and produced by DYNAMIX available on KULT Records on all major online retailers such as amazon, itunes, beatport. The second DYNAMIX single, “Never Get Me” (E. Cumana, B.Savoni) recorded by NINA EVE, a newcomer with Star power from Tokyo Japan was no less of a hurricane and sparked the first international DYNAMIX single re-release. In Early 2001, Following on the path blaze of its maverick predecessor, (Dynamix “Don’t want another man”) Nina’s vocals were snatched off at first play & remixed by house-music legend Junior Vasquez. Tasty remixes were also delivered by Canada’s superstars dj’s MARK ANTHONY and ALAIN VINET and Italy’s own sensation, EG NINA EVE’s first DYNAMIX single was pressed for Japanese Re-release by Nourting Records (Toshiba BMI) and a tour was orchestrated by the Label for NINA EVE was unlashed to the Japanese Audiences via MTV-Japan and Nippo Televison. On a “Double Vision” Willy Vela of DMA Magazine on a lengthy review of Nina Eve ‘s “Never get Me” gives the record 5 Stars stating “This little lady packs a loud sets of pipes and it demands to be heard”; DMA’s Scott Hoffman also reviewed “Never get Me” the following month giving it 5 Stars also

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